The retrospective exhibition features 97 black and white photographs depicting the key events of five wars, which the author documented with his camera. The exhibition also features a series of portrait photographs of Capa’s friends and artistic colleagues, such as Ernest Hemingway, William Faulkner, Henri Matisse and Pablo Picasso.
Besides Henri Cartier-Bresson, Capa was one of the most influential founding members of Magnum Photos, the world’s most prestigious photo agency.
BIO, the Biennial of Design, is a prestigious international exhibition of products related to industrial design, visual communication, corporate visual identity and design concepts.
The exhibition will cover Jože Plečnik's realized and unrealized architectural plans for the Ljubljana Castle. It will feature both Plečnik's larger-scale plans for the renovation of the Ljubljana Castle, as well as a variety of archival photos and plans for access to the castle and developments of Šance, the former fortifications on the Castle Hill.
The International Biennial of Graphic Arts has been running since 1955 and is one of the most acclaimed graphic arts-related events in the world. The Biennial's main exhibition is accompanied by exhibitions of works by the winners of the previous, 31st edition of the Biennial and a number of other exhibitions and art events held at various venues across Ljubljana.
Ljubljana Festival, with its long-established tradition and a programme that includes top artistic events, is an important part of Ljubljana's cultural life in the summer. Every year, the rich concert, theatre, opera and ballet programme features a number of renowned artists, including some of the world's most famous ones.
The touring exhibition will present the current artistic production of young artists. At least one of the featured artists will be presented through a print inspired by the works and the life of Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik.